Overly Aggressive Shingleback

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Re: Overly Aggressive Shingleback

Postby Katrina » Mon Apr 07, 2014 3:50 pm

I hope no one minds, I'm going to move this to the advanced section as it is an interesting discussion.
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Re: Overly Aggressive Shingleback

Postby anchietae » Fri Apr 11, 2014 10:27 am

Fred,

I have introduced the two male aspera at different times to watch the behavior but considering their lengthy get-to-know each other period, I wasn't able to form a conclusion based on their behaviors. I didn't want to leave them unsupervised. I'd rather wait until I get a male rugosa than to accidentally end up with some intergrade babies.


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Re: Overly Aggressive Shingleback

Postby Fred Gaal » Fri Apr 11, 2014 11:51 am

Yoy just need two minutes, when its a male your aspera are getting agresive and willing to fight.LOL
I think when the size is that different you better wait till you get a proven male.

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